Every WWE Hell In A Cell Fall: Ranked From Worst To Best

Wrestlers vs. Gravity.

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Hell in a Cell 2018 is just around the corner, and so far we're guaranteed at least two matches utilising the stipulation (Jeff, please don't swanton off the top). Unfortunately, the annual PPV has somewhat diluted the aura of the cell itself, which in the past was only reserved for the most personal of rivalries.

Despite an over-saturation of HIAC, the past few years have seen a re-emergence of a trend that had been notably missing for a very long time: superstars falling (or diving) from the structure. Its absence was probably a good thing given the twenty foot height of the cell, and the fact that, well, you could legitimately kill yourself. However, we'd be lying to ourselves if we said we didn't kind of miss it.

HIAC matches have been home to some of the most breathtaking moments in WWE history, but none get the adrenaline flowing quite like seeing a superstar crashing down through an announce table, or in some cases, through the cell itself.

So buckle up as we take a look back at one of wrestling's greatest guilty pleasures. It’s going to be a very bumpy ride!


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